We Urge President Joseph Nyuma Boakai To Present Liberia’s Predicament To The World

AS THE LIBERIAN leader, President Joseph Nyuma Boakai and his entourage conclude their United States visit, after attending the 2024 U.S. Africa Business Summit in Texis Dallas where hundreds of world leaders gathered, we want to urge the President and his delegation to present the predicament of our country, Liberia, to world leaders.

THE SUMMIT HOSTED by Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) from May 6-9, 2024 in Dallas, Texas brought together more than 1,500 U.S. and African public and private sector executives including Heads of State, international investors, U.S. and African government officials, and multilateral stakeholders.

The objective of this summit is to enable leaders to connect with government and private sector decision makers over the course of four days to drive U.S.-Africa sustainable business partnerships.

HOWEVER, ACCORDING TO dispatch from the Liberian leader ongoing visit saw lots of meaningful discussions being held between world leaders and international investors, where a number of strives in putting forward Liberia’s plight to the world were seriously looked at for a renewed the commitment of a prosperous Liberia.

THE LIBERIAN LEADER and his delegation interacted with top American officials including executives of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), one of the supporting arms of governments around the world.

WHILE IN THE United States, the Liberian leader made it his duty to interacting with top American officials and other world leaders including the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), one of the supporting arms of governments around the world.

ACCORDING TO OUR research, the MCC was created by the U.S. Congress in January 2004 with strong bipartisan support, MCC partners with the world’s poorest countries that are committed to just and democratic governance, economic freedom and investing in their populations.

WITH THESE MEETINGS held between world leaders and the Liberian leader, we are of the conviction that during these high-profile meetings something good in the interest of the Liberian people will been be realized.

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